Harry eyes month at Number 1 as Record Store Day 2022 gives Taylor Swift a boost

Harry Styles is already racing ahead to secure a possible month-long stint at Number 1 with As It Was this Friday.

Cat Burns’ Go could possibly ascend two spots to a new highest peak of Number 3.

Camila Cabello’s Bam Bam featuring Ed Sheeran continues to rise, possibly up to a new peak at Number 7.

London rapper Potter Payper could secure his first-ever UK Top 10 single this week, Gangsteritus with Tiggs Da Author could vault thirty to Number 10.

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Following the release of an exclusive 7” vinyl for Record Store Day 2022, Taylor Swift’s The Lakes could enter the chart for the first time at Number 11.

Ed Sheeran’s 2step could debut at Number 15 thanks to a new remix featuring rapper Lil Baby.

The Kid LAROI could be another new entry debuting straight inside the Top 20 on Friday, new single Thousand Miles is tracking to arrive at Number 17.

The Official Singles Chart Top 100 is revealed on OfficialCharts.com every Friday at 5.45pm. Follow the Top 40 countdown live on BBC Radio 1’s Official Chart show with Scott Mills.

Official Chart: First Look Top 20 – April 24 2022

LW CURRENT TITLE ARTIST
1 1 AS IT WAS HARRY STYLES
2 2 FIRST CLASS JACK HARLOW
5 3 GO CAT BURNS
4 4 STARLIGHT DAVE
3 5 BABY AITCH/ASHANTI
6 6 PERU FIREBOY DML & ED SHEERAN
8 7 BAM BAM CAMILA CABELLO FT ED SHEERAN
7 8 MAKE ME FEEL GOOD BELTERS ONLY FT JAZZY
9 9 WHERE DID YOU GO JAX JONES FT MNEK
40 10 GANGSTERITUS POTTER PAYPER/TIGGS DA AUTHOR
NEW 11 THE LAKES TAYLOR SWIFT
11 12 BMW BAD BOY CHILLER CREW
10 13 DOWN UNDER LUUDE FT COLIN HAY
13 14 ANYONE FOR YOU GEORGE EZRA
NEW 15 2STEP ED SHEERAN
NEW 16 THOUSAND MILES KID LAROI
12 17 HOUSE ON FIRE MIMI WEBB
14 18 SHE’S ALL I WANNA BE TATE MCRAE
17 19 CRAZY WHAT LOVE CAN DO DAVID GUETTA/HILL/HENDERSON
18 20 FLOWERS LAUREN SPENCER-SMITH

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Harry eyes month at Number 1 as Record Store Day 2022 gives Taylor Swift a boost

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